Get the current tolls for bridges and tunnels or calculate a trip on any toll road or turnpike across the country. Get cash, license plate and transponder rates for compatible passes. We also include information about who to collects your toll and how to pay online.
Use the interactive map to select roads in your local area or region, or pick a state or a specific road with the drop-down menus below.
Tolls are continually changing, usually going up, but sometimes going down. We continually track these changes. Each roadway in our toll pages lets you know whether there has been a recent toll increase for that road.
Our quick-reference page also shows, at a glance, where tolls have changed or are about to change.
Move and zoom the interactive map to find and select your region. Tap the region for tolls by roadway.
The most important thing to remember when counting axles is that you count ALL axles with wheels touching the ground. If the wheel is on the ground, the axle to which it is connected is counted by the toll agency levying the charges.
Some states also have varying charges for low-profile versus high-profile vehicles. Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York, among others, put vehicles into a different class when their overall height exceeds seven-feet, six-inches (7'6" / 90" / 230 cm). Each states' toll reference details the classes for that state.